Tag Archives: eBooks
Things have been rather crazy for the last month or so. I’ve been writing, editing, and promoting as well as my day job and a holiday in Wales with my family. As it turns out, even playing with my two … Continue reading
As you may have noticed, I’ve been rather quiet for the last month. This is not only due to the fact I’ve had very little to say of late, but also because I’ve been trying to organise my non-writing life. … Continue reading
I think there is a sliding scale in that the more you love a book, the more difficult it is to pick out why. I’ve been pondering my favourite elements of Harry Potter for the last week, and I’m sure … Continue reading
There was once a time when I could write anywhere. I could write in the back of a classroom whilst I was supposed to be taking notes. I could scribble on the bus or sitting in my living room with … Continue reading
a Rafflecopter giveaway Here is the first of our Sci-Festival giveaways. Winners will receive a number of books from the following Sci-Festival authors: John Thornton Karen Myers Natalie Buske Thomas Eliza Green & myself, Chele Cooke.
Following the first section of eBook formatting in a HTML method, in which we used Microsoft Word to strip out a lot of our odd symbols, and to find the italics in our book, it is at this point that … Continue reading
As Dead and Buryd is my first novel, and the transformation from scribbles to published book is coming entirely from my own pocket, I decided that while I would need professional assistance for things like editing and cover design, there … Continue reading